I Re-Created Hailey Bieber’s Birthday Makeup, and the Result Was Cute AF @haileybieber Grwm for my birthday in Tokyo 🤍 ♬ Rich Flex - Drake & 21 Savage Hailey Bieber turned 26 last week, and before heading out to celebrate, she shared a TikTok video demonstrating how to achieve her birthday makeup. The final look was a perfect combination of soft and subtle glam. Our editor tried recreating Bieber’s routine at home. Keep reading to see her results. Hailey Bieber recently turned 26, and before spending the night celebrating in Tokyo, Japan, she gifted the whole world a TikTok video showcasing exactly how she achieved her flawless birthday makeup. I’m a big Bieber fan (maybe the biggest), and if you know me IRL, you know I love recreating everything from her outfits to her hairstyles. A few months ago, I learned how to do her signature makeup look (thanks to a tutorial from Hailey herself). So when I saw her final birthday look, I immediately knew I needed to try it out for myself. First, I turned on ”Rich Flex” by Drake and 21 Savage to truly immerse myself in Hailey’s experience. Then, to prep my skin, I followed in Bieber’s footsteps and started out by using the Rhode Peptide Glazing Fluid ($29) and following up with the Rhode Barrier Restore Cream ($29). Bieber is a big fan of mixing the Peptide Glazing Fluid with makeup products, so when I saw her add a small amount to the Chanel Ultra Le Teint Ultrawear All-Day Comfort Flawless Finish Foundation ($60) before applying it to her face and neck with her hands, I didn’t hesitate to follow suit. After blending everything out with a foundation brush, I used the Kosas Revealer Super Creamy + Brightening Concealer ($28) under my eyes and on the center of my chin. Next, I blended everything out with the Hourglass Veil Powder Brush ($65) and a beauty blender, and then I went in with a spoolie to brush up my eyebrows. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Renee Rodriguez Bieber then used the Kylie Cosmetics Lip & Cheek Glow Balm in Pink Me Up ($17) on her cheeks and nose, but unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get my hands on the same product, so I used a similar pink shade from the Makeup Forever Ultra HD Face Essentials Palette ($85). After blending everything out with a blush brush, I used the Haus Labs Bio-Blurring Talc-Free Loose Setting Powder ($38) to set the area between my eyebrows and the center of my chin. Next, Bieber used the Make Beauty Heat Stroke Dewy Gel Cheek Tint in Toasted ($30) to add a bit of color to her lids, but the closest product I had at home was the Merit Bronze Balm Sheer Sculpting Bronzer ($30), which in my opinion gave me essentially the same look. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Renee Rodriguez Bieber then grabbed the Pat McGrath Labs Mothership VII Eyeshadow Palette ($128) and used a chestnut brown shade again over her lids before layering a sparkly champagne shade on top, which I mimicked at home. Next, it was time for eyelash curling and mascara - Bieber used the Milk Makeup Kush High Volumizing Mascara ($26), but I went with one of my tried and true favorites, the Tower28 MakeWaves Mascara ($20) instead. After applying the Haus Labs Bio-Radiant Gel-Powder Highlighter with Fermented Arnica ($40) to the high points of my cheeks, both Bieber and I finished everything off by lining our lips with the Tower 28 OneLiner Multi-Liner in Draw Me ($15) and then filling everything in with the Pat McGrath Labs Matte Trance Lipstick in Christy ($39). After putting her hair up in an effortless ’90s-style updo and going over the front pieces of her hair with the Dyson Corrale ($499) - which I totally copied as well - Bieber put the finishing touch on her makeup look by adding a layer of the Rhode Peptide Lip Treatment ($16). I’m a big fan of the product, so layering it on top of my lips was a no-brainer. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Renee Rodriguez The final look was a glossy, glazed, sparkly masterpiece, if I do say so myself. While I don’t see myself wearing this look every day, it’s an easy way to look glam without going overboard, and I fully plan on wearing it on future nights out.
Author: Renee Rodriguez
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